Gustavo Mora commented on TAVERNA-1037:
Hi, I am an student from the University of Cuenca. I have worked with semantic
technologies and helped last year to migrate Apache Marmotta to RDF4J in GSOC.
I am in my last year of Computer Science.
I went through arcp and RO bundle specs. Is the URI always generated when
creating a BundleFileSystem?
In addition, I started playing with RO bundle API, so I think this is gonna be
a good way to follow with GSOC, but what do you think?
# Take advantage of the community bounding period to get a more deep
understanding of the specs and possible tradeoffs that might appear.
# Generate a proposal in Google Docs.
# Elaborate a tentative timeline for the project.
Also, I think it will be better to keep communication the mailing list, and I
am so exited for the possibility of being part of the IETF review process.
> GSOC: Use arcp:// URIs in RO Bundle
> Key: TAVERNA-1037
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TAVERNA-1037
> Project: Apache Taverna
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Components: Taverna Language
> Environment: Java, HTTP
> Reporter: Stian Soiland-Reyes
> Priority: Major
> Labels: RFC, gsoc2018, java, uri
> This is a project idea for [Google Summer of
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> module of Taverna Language currently uses app:// URIs in its Java
> URIs and thus also in its RDF loading.
> This was in accordance with [RO bundle
> spec|https://researchobject.github.io/specifications/bundle/#absolute-uris] –
> however the app:// URI scheme has been since abandoned.
> The arcp URI scheme has been proposed as an alternative to describe paths
> within an archive (e.g. ZIP file):
> [https://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-soilandreyes-arcp-03.html] (This
> Internet-Draft is progressing towards an RFC)
> This proposal suggests to modify RO Bundle to use arcp:// URIs – but not just
> modify app://bf5a0cab-86d7-40da-b588-1ce4953ae13d/ to
> arcp://uuid,bf5a0cab-86d7-40da-b588-1ce4953ae13d/ - but to support the other
> mechanisms suggested by arcp in
> That is, it should be possible to open an RO Bundle from a fixed URL as
> identifier, or using its sha256 checksum in readonly mode.
> It should also be possible to lookup an RO Bundle URI from a .well-known
> endpoint as defined in
> Extensions to this project could be to add a Java URL handler so that URLs
> from an opened RO Bundle file system also can be used as java.net.URLs. Also
> it could develop a new arcp-java module similar to the reference Python
> implementation https://pypi.python.org/pypi/arcp
> Prospective students are expected to participate in the Apache [Taverna
> - but are also welcome to join the [IETF |https://www.ietf.org]review
> process in reviewing or improving the arcp Internet-Draft to progress it
> towards RFC.
> Suggested mentor: Stian Soiland-Reyes
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